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How Can I Translate A Language For Rss Readers

Our goal is to have our products’ user interfaces translated to your native language. And we believe the best way doing it is to give user instruction/tools and let user perform this task. If you can help us with the translation, please let us know the language by sending us e-mail first. If your language is available and nobody is currently working on translation to the language, we’ll send you our Localization instructions. If your translation have been approved. We’ll grant you a free license for that product.
  1. Want to be a language translator and make long term commitment, we do hope language translators will continue to support their language for new features and changes
  2. Have enough professionalism, maturity, and talent to translate application into your local language.
Following are the steps to support a language:
  1. Please let us know the language by sending us e-mail, then we will send you a latest version of strings.xml file (This is an example of strings.xml file)
  2. Open it with a text editor (support UTF-8)
  3. Translate all strings between <string> and </string> to your local language.
  4. MAKE SURE YOU SAVE THE FILE AS UTF-8 encode file format.
  5. Then you send the file to
Following is a master list of possible language you could translate
Primary Languages: Sub Language:
  1. Afrikaans
  2. Albanian
  3. Arabic
  4. Azeri
  5. Basque – Iñigo Gonzalez
  6. Belarusian
  7. Bulgarian
  8. Catalan
  9. Chinese
  10. Croatian
  11. Czech
  12. Danish – Casper Sørensen (
  13. Dutch – AnvarIT
  14. English
  15. Estonian
  16. Faeroese
  17. Farsi
  18. Finnish – Jari-Pekka Seppänen
  19. French – Vincent COIFFIER
  20. Galician – Francisco Rodríguez
  21. Georgian
  22. German – Klaus ter Fehn (
  23. Greek
  24. Hebrew
  25. Hindi
  26. Hungarian – István Berényi
  27. Icelandic
  28. Indonesian
  29. Italian – Flavio Massei
  30. Japanese
  31. Korean
  32. Latvian
  33. Lithuanian – Egidijus Lukošius (
  34. Macedonian (FYROM)
  35. Malay
  36. Mongolian
  37. Norwegian – Svein Thomas Strand
  38. Polish
  39. Portuguese
  40. Romanian
  41. Russian – Archil Mag
  42. Serbian
  43. Slovak
  44. Slovenian
  45. Spanish – Jonatán Amblar
  46. Swahili
  47. Swedish – Björn Boström
  48. Tatar
  49. Thai
  50. Turkish – Selçuk Ayoglu
  51. Ukrainian – Vadim Dikovsky
  52. Uzbek
  53. Vietnamese
  1. Chinese (Traditional) – 李可人
  2. Chinese (Simplified)
Note: The languages in bold is already taken
Note: If you are existing language supporters, and you are no longer able to support your language for our application, please email in advance, which allow us to look for other replacement.

14 responses to “How Can I Translate A Language For Rss Readers

  1. vuolia October 7, 2010 at 3:03 pm

    grey out Lithuanian ;]

  2. aparadekto October 26, 2010 at 6:07 pm

    Hey, I can’t view your site properly within Opera, I actually hope you look into fixing this.

  3. mustephane October 27, 2010 at 2:21 am

    Please french .i not speak english

  4. Rodrigo October 31, 2010 at 7:37 pm


  5. Eduardo de Andrea November 8, 2010 at 9:30 pm

    Portuguese please. Its hard to read all the nytimes. Too much dictionaire find. Thank you.

  6. Anonymous November 12, 2010 at 6:26 pm

    I can translate to brazilian portuguese.
    Please send me the strings.xml file.
    Thank’s in advance.

  7. Frei November 15, 2010 at 6:56 am

    Hey, I can translate into Spanish and also Catalan, if you need it.

  8. jinmo park December 25, 2010 at 11:21 pm

    I want korean, please!

  9. Nam Yeonhee January 12, 2011 at 11:32 am

    i want korean. thanks

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